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Where are the coolest, most talented, hilarious, award winning COSTUME DESIGNERS HANGING OUT? Right here with Mandi Line, COSTUME DESIGNER herself of such hit shows as Pretty Little Liars, BH90210, and Charmed. With each guest Mandi uncovers something so special you will walk away feeling connected, educated and heard. Each COSTUME DESIGNERS shares their journey, what they have been doing during quarantine and well a whole lot we didn’t know before!
 
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The Art of Costume Blogcast

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The Art of Costume Blogcast

The Art of Costume

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The Art of Costume Blogcast is a weekly podcast hosted by Elizabeth Joy Glass and Spencer Williams, dedicated to highlighting the best in costume design. Join us each week as Elizabeth and Spencer break down the costumes from some of our favorite films and television shows, meet the costume designers, and go behind the scenes to find out what the costumes mean to the story and how they were created.
 
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The Costume Plot

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The Costume Plot

Sarah Timm, Jojo Siu

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A podcast about costume design and the performing arts from professional costume designers Jojo Siu and Sarah Timm! Join Jojo and Sarah as they analyze the costumes from your favorite film, TV, and theatre, and offer an inside look at the art and craft of costume design. Plus, look forward to bonus episodes where Jojo and Sarah interview industry professionals and find out why they chose their specific field in the arts. New episodes every other Friday.
 
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Costume Drama Rewind

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Costume Drama Rewind

Megan Judt and Laura Skog

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How often have you watched a historical drama and wondered if it was REALLY telling the truth about the Tudor Court or the American Revolution? You could have looked it up on Wikipedia, but your phone was so far away and there were so many words to read.That’s where we come in! Public history enthusiasts Megan Judt and Laura Skog are setting out to watch every historical film, talking about each of them might tell us about history. Expect spoilers, and also some snark. We’ll also rate each o ...
 
Ever wonder how characters in film and TV get their look? Join us as we talk to costume designers, directors, and actors on creating characters through costume. Hear behind-the-scene stories and personal advice from professionals in the field.
 
Ever watch a historical movie and thought "what the heck are they wearing?" We've studied real historical clothing, and we love to pick apart Hollywood's idea of period costume. But it's not just about history, it's also about symbolism, style, and more. Grab a cocktail and join us to bitch about crazy costume movies and TV series, fabulous historical costumes, and what it all means.
 
A podcast exploring the intersectionality of costumes and social issues. Host Johanna Pan will be joined by a variety of theatre professionals to discuss topics including anti-racism, feminized labor, decolonizing and degendering costumes, fatphobia, and more. Dirty Laundry: Unpacking The Costume Closet is an impactful, insightful, and nuanced podcast that is designed to challenge the way we think about our bodies and the clothes we wear.
 
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Dagens gæst er journalist Sisse Sejr-Nørgaard. Foruden at arbejde på en opskriftsbog, er Sisse i øjeblikket på barsel med sit andet barn. Lyt med i månedens afsnit, hvor hun deler sine oplevelser med at være en ung kvinde i mediebranchen før metoo, og hvorfor det er vigtigt at kunne sige fra i situationer, der gør en utilpas. Redaktion: Marie Vidø,…
 
Happy Thanksgiving from Costume Drama Rewind, where we’re marking the holiday by reviewing the animated classic “The Mouse on the Mayflower.” Did the Pilgrims really get rescued from all their troubles by a mouse in a tiny hat? Probably not, but that’s also not the weirdest or least accurate thing going on with this little movie.…
 
My very first guest ever, April 4th 2020. Oscar award winning COSTUME DESIGNER RUTH CARTER said yes! And well the rest is history… Literal history. Ruth Carter is COSTUME DESIGN ROYALTY, and made history as the first Black Female Costume Designer to win an Oscar! To win it for “BLACK PANTHER” was the icing on the cake! Her body of work changed the …
 
Afraid of being alone during the holidays? Never fear, The Art of Costume Blogcast is here! In this week’s episode, Elizabeth and Spencer watch the Netflix original starring Emma Roberts, Holidate. Listen along as our cohosts talk about the festive costume design by Helen Huang, Sloane’s holiday wardrobe, and least favorite gifts. And yes… a majori…
 
It's Keira Knightley week at the podcast so let's examine some excellent Joe Wright/Jacqueline Durran/Keira films and their beautiful period(ish) costumes! Wandering waistlines, peacock feathers, and more! Trigger warning: mention of suicide Follow along with the visual analysis via these links! Pride & Prejudice: Instagram, Pinterest Anna Karenina…
 
The holiday season is here, and what better way to get into the holiday spirit than hanging out with Michael Scott and the rest of the Dunder Mifflin gang! That’s right, in this week’s special episode, our co-hosts are watching The Office. Specifically, Season 2 Episode 10, Christmas Party, and Season 3 Episodes 10 and 11, A Benihana Christmas. Cos…
 
Things are about to get ‘spicy’ on The Art of Costume Blogcast as Elizabeth and Spencer face their biggest challenge yet - a one-way trip to Arrakis. In this week’s episode, our co-hosts dive into the 2021 American epic science fiction film, Dune, directed by Denis Villeneuve with costume design by co-designers Jacqueline West and Bob Morgan. Topic…
 
What could these movies possibly have in common? They're book to movie adaptations! Join us as we analyze the costuming in The Help and Dune, exploring fashion from the 1960s to the year 10191. Follow along with the visual analysis via these links! The Help: Instagram, Pinterest Dune: Instagram, Pinterest Questions? Comments? Suggestions for future…
 
Yeah! She knows it’s a multi-pass! This week, our co-hosts are packing their bags and heading to Fhloston Paradise to watch Spencer’s favorite standalone movie, The Fifth Element! Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer talk all about Milla Jovovich’s character Leeloo Dallas, Ruby Rhod, Diva Plavalaguna played by Maïwenn Le Besco, and the famed costu…
 
It’s the most famous murder spree in history - and as it turns out, the most misunderstood. To close out Spooky October, we're talking about "From Hell,” which stars Johnny Depp, Heather Graham, Bilbo Baggins, and Rubeus Hagrid.โดย Megan Judt and Laura Skog
 
We're back, baby, we're back, and just in time to release part one of this SPOOKY OCTOBER Halloween Weekend Double Feature! Let's travel back to Heian Japan with "Hoichi the Earless," the third segment from the 1964 anthology film, "Kwaidan." We're talking about the Genpei War, how vengeful ghosts could threaten the political state, and Lafcadio He…
 
Dagens gæst er kunstner og guldsmedstuderende. I 2019 blev hun fra det ene øjeblik til det andet danmarkskendt, da millioner af seere hver uge fulgte med i, hvordan hun kreerede kager med udformning som sit eget silikonestøbte ansigt til ultra detaljeret miniature kagebord, for til sidst at kunne kalde sig vinder af Den Store Bagedyst. I dette afsn…
 
Oh, how deliciously macabre! We are finishing out the spooky season with a very special episode, talking about one of Elizabeth and Spencer's favorite shows, What We Do In The Shadows! Costume designer for season 3 of What We Do In The Shadows, Laura Montgomery, joins our co-hosts to talk about all things vampires. Topics include the research proce…
 
Happy Halloween! What a joy it is to cover such fun classic spooky season movies, Hocus Pocus and The Addams Family. Let's chat all about witches, vintage fabric, and live moths. Follow along with the visual analysis via these links: Hocus Pocus: Instagram, Pinterest The Addams Family: Instagram part 1, part 2; Pinterest Questions? Comments? Sugges…
 
We have a highly anticipated episode this week as our co-hosts watch a hauntingly beautiful classic, Bram Stoker’s Dracula, directed by Francis Ford Coppola. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the Academy-Award-winning costumes designed by the legendary Eiko Ishioka, including Dracula’s creepy fits and fashions, Mina’s gowns, creepy Tran…
 
There's a hole in the world like a great black pit, and the vermin of the world inhabit it. And it goes by the name of London! We hope you are hungry because this week we are having meat-pies! Our co-hosts dive into the Victorian world of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street! Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer go song by song and break…
 
Happy spooky season! We're revisiting the horror genre with some psychological scary movies, Get Out and The VVItch (aka The Witch). Let's find out how color ties together racist people, how the color red is used in horror, and whether Puritans had cotton! Trigger warning: These movies can be disturbing in nature, so there is some discussion of the…
 
On behalf of the Time Variance Authority, we hereby present to you our next spooky season episode, Loki. The Tom Hiddleston train continues as our co-hosts dive into the mysterious costumes of the hit Disney + show, designed by costume designer Christine Wada. We discuss everything from Loki's armor, Sophia Di Martino's armor made with nursing acco…
 
Beware of Crimson Peak! The Art of Costume Blogcast starts off the spooky season with one of Elizabeth’s favorite films, Crimson Peak - directed by Guillermo del Toro. Our co-hosts dive into the gothic romance film and break down the Victorian-era costumes by Kate Hawley. Pack your bags but don’t get too excited, the mansion is kind of a dump! Foll…
 
Time for some adventure as we dive in to some exciting movies, Pirates of the Caribbean and Pan's Labyrinth! Let's get to the bottom of some creature design and telling chemises apart. Follow along with the visual analysis via these links! Pirates of the Caribbean: Instagram, Pinterest Pan's Labyrinth: Instagram, Pinterest Questions? Comments? Sugg…
 
So this is the famous Suicide Squad? In this week’s episode, Elizabeth and Spencer break down the costumes from The Suicide Squad, directed by James Gunn. Our co-hosts look at each character’s film costume designed by Judianna Makovsky and compare it to their comic book origins. Then, it is time to join Task Force X on the enemy-infused island of C…
 
Dagens podcastgæst er strikdesigner og netop aktuel med sin første strikkebog “Lærke Bagger strik”. Hun er til daglig kreativ leder af "Hjertegarn" og har i de seneste år også markeret sig som en stemme, der sætter fokus på de hårde og mere ensomme sider ved moderskabet. Lyt med i dette afsnit, hvor Lærke deler historien bag sit råd, og hvorfor det…
 
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, our co-hosts dive into the hit HBO series, Lovecraft Country. Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the costumes, Leti’s wardrobe, horror elements, historical accuracy, and so much more - all with commentary provided by the Emmy-nominated costume designer herself, Dayna Pink! Follow The…
 
Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! We decided to celebrate by covering two excellent Hispanic culture-focused movies, Selena and Zoot Suit! Join us as we explore the question of replica vs. homage, the cultural history of zoot suits, and much more. Follow along with the visual analysis via these links or the slideshow on YouTube (coming soon--we're ver…
 
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, our co-hosts dive into the Jane Austen world of Emma Woodhouse (played by Anya Taylor-Joy). Listen along as Elizabeth and Spencer discuss the costumes designed by Academy Award-winning costume designer Alexandra Byrne, the Regency era, similarities between Emma and Cher Horowitz, sexy sideburns…
 
In the tenth episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, our co-hosts discuss a true costume design masterpiece, the 1995 film directed by Amy Heckerling, Clueless. Listen as Elizabeth and Spencer dive into the costumes created by iconic costume designer Mona May, including Cher and Dionne’s matching plaid outfits, the infamous Alaïa dress, dressing th…
 
We're so excited to be joined by special guest Sparka Lee Hall, who has had a long and interesting career as a costume designer, supervisor, assistant, and even industrial designer. She brings Barbarella to us, an absolutely bonkers movie that we had a ton of fun analyzing with her. Warning: mention of some sexual content and themes. Follow along w…
 
Elizabeth and Spencer watch a popular audience request in this week’s episode, The Queen’s Gambit! Our hosts discuss the beautiful wardrobe of Beth Harmon (played by Anya Taylor-Joy) and the costumes designed by 2021 Emmy Nominated costume designer Gabriele Binder. Don’t worry; there will not be a quiz on chess terminology - your guess is as good a…
 
Dagens gæst er performer, foredragsholder, forfatter og aktivist. Hun blev født i Somalia som drengen Mahamed Ali, og flygtede som 11 årig med sin onkel til Danmark. Her var hun ikke i tvivl om, at noget i hende føltes anderledes, end den teenagedreng andre identificerede hende som. Det var dog først i gymnasiet, at hun fandt et sprog og en forståe…
 
In this week's special episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, we are watching Space Jam: A New Legacy! Elizabeth and Spencer are joined by a special guest, costume designer Melissa Bruning to talk about her work on the brand new film. Things get looney as our co-hosts dive into the process of creating a new, modern “Tune Squad” uniform, dressing L…
 
We are so overjoyed to bring you this special bonus episode, an interview with Jeriana San Juan, the Emmy nominated costume designer of Netflix's "Halston"! We had the best time chatting about Halston's legacy, character development through clothing, and teaching background actors to pretend to sew. Follow Jeriana on Instagram here! Accompanying In…
 
It's always a good time when we get to watch some classic movie musicals! Join us as we dive in to the costumes in "My Fair Lady" and "Singin' in the Rain," featuring tidbits on lip syncing, Ascot, Gene Kelly being a jerk, and more! Follow along with the visual analysis via these links or the slideshow on YouTube! My Fair Lady: Instagram, Pinterest…
 
Spencer sits down with 2021 Emmy-Nominated costume designer Meghan Kasperlik to talk about the hit HBO limited series Mare of Easttown. Meghan talks about the significance of her second Emmy nomination. Then you'll learn about Meghan's approach to ensuring authenticity and loyalty to the genuine natures of small-town Pennsylvania, researching at th…
 
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer dive deep into the Arthurian world of The Green Knight, directed by David Lowery. Our hosts discuss the costumes designed by costume designer Malgosia Turzanska, the Byzantine art influences, stunning textiles, and perhaps the most awkward Christmas tradition ever! Follow …
 
Spencer sits down with 2021 Emmy-Nominated costume designer Analucia McGorty to talk about the groundbreaking hit FX television series, Pose. Learn about Analucia’s journey from wardrobe production assistant to lead costume designer, Mj Rodriguez’s Emmy nomination, designing over-the-top costumes for Elektra (played by Dominique Jackson), working w…
 
In this week's episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer rewatch the Marvel television show that started them all, WandaVision! Join us as our hosts discuss the many looks of Wanda and Vision, and the decades of television that inspired them. We discuss the costumes designed by costume designer Mayes C. Rubeo, Agatha Harkness, t…
 
Månedens podcastgæst er radiovært, skribent og podcaster og blev i foråret for alvor en del af danskernes bevidsthed, da hun medvirkede i DR3-serien “99% forelsket” sammen med kæresten Simon Makienok. I dette afsnit kan du høre hende fortælle, hvorfor vi bør finde frem til, hvad vores egne behov er fremfor at stræbe efter noget, der er i sidste end…
 
Wham! Pow! Zing! Comic book movie time. Join us as we explore the costumes in a couple of movies based on comics/graphic novels, Captain Marvel and Scott Pilgrim! What a fun time for us all. Follow along with the visual analysis via these links! Captain Marvel: Instagram, Pinterest Scott Pilgrim vs. The World: Instagram, Pinterest Questions? Commen…
 
In the fifth episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer finally watch the highly anticipated Marvel film Black Widow! Join us as our hosts discuss the many looks of Natasha Romanoff (played by Scarlett Johansson) and her.... family? We discuss the costumes designed by costume designer Jany Temime, the storyline, mind-controlled p…
 
This week Paris & Kelly Michelle talk about the costumes in the movie Romy & Michelle's High School Reunion(1985) and the costume designer Mona May. Music is Ice Cream With You by Loyalty Freakโดย Paris & Kelly Michelle
 
In the fourth episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the 2001 American comedy film, Legally Blonde! Join us as our hosts discuss the classic costumes designed by costume designer Sophie De Rakoff. They detail Elle Wood’s very fashionable closet, Vivian’s different but equally chic wardrobe, o…
 
We're back from our summer break and kicking off our second season with "Gettysburg," the 1993 war epic, directed by Ron Maxwell and starring Jeff Daniels, Martin Sheen, Tom Berenger, Kevin Conway, and Stephen Lang. Instead of just walking you through each part of the battle, in this episode, we're here to provide some context for what happened dur…
 
Join us as we dive into some movies based on real life events! Let's analyze the costumes in "Walk the Line" and "The Impossible," and ask ourselves: can a costume be too cartoony? And how many shirts do you need if your actor is going through a tsunami? Trigger warning: brief discussion of Naomi Watts's character's bodily injuries in the film. Fol…
 
Spencer sits down with 2021 Emmy-Nominated costume designer Jeriana San Juan to talk about the hit Netflix limited series Halston in our first bonus episode. Learn about Jeriana's work with lead actor Ewan McGregor and how she taught him the ways of "fashion choreography." Then they dive into designing costumes for Krysta Rodriguez's portrayal of L…
 
In the third episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer dive into Netflix's Halston. Our hosts break down the costumes by costume designer Jeriana San Juan and discuss the real-world events that inspired this story, such as The Battle of Versailles, Studio 54, the creation of Halston's signature perfume, and everything Liza Minne…
 
In the second episode of The Art of Costume Blogcast, Elizabeth and Spencer celebrate America's Independence Day and the tenth anniversary of Captain America: The First Avenger. Our hosts break down the costumes by costume designer Anna B. Sheppard and discuss the irresistible charm of Bucky Barnes, World War II period costumes, Agent Carter's stun…
 
Happy end of pride month to all! Since pride is year round, we decided to watch two classics of LGBTQ+ cinema from the mid-90s. Join us as we cover Versace in Miami, drag looks galore, and briefly (misguidedly) attempt an Australian accent! Follow along with the visual analysis via these links or the slideshow on YouTube! The Birdcage: Instagram, P…
 
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